Burning Widows: The Basis of Sati in Hindu Religious Texts

Sati (also called Suttee), i.e., widow burning, is a ghastly Hindu custom that was carried out upon the death of a husband. This savage...

Rape and Pregnant Women in Classical Hindu Scriptures

Jāhiliyyah is the Arabic word for ignorance. In Muslim study circles, the term is used technically to refer to the period before Islam in...

Who Is the Founder or “Prophet” of Hinduism?

Hinduism is described as one of the world’s oldest religions, dating back to the third and second millennium BC. The Hindu religion boasts of...

Cannibalism and Necrophilia in Traditional Hinduism: The Case of Kali

Time for more literacy on Hinduism. Hindu nationalists claim that Islam is a "violent" religion. But many of the gods worshipped by Hindus are depicted...

Amputation and Torture: Classical Hindu Text Vishnu Smriti on Low-Castes

At MuslimSkeptic, we want to look more closely at a variety of religious texts from other religions in order to better understand what these...

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